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MODELING THE DYNAMIC ELECTROMECHANICAL SUSPENSION BEHAVIOR OF AN ELECTRODYNAMIC EDDY CURRENT MAGLEV DEVICE

By N. Paudel and J. Z. Bird

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Abstract:
A 2-D analytic based eddy-current transient model for a conducting plate is derived that is capable of accounting for continuous changes in the input conditions. Only the source field on the surface of the conducting plate needs to be known. In addition, a 2-D steady-state analytic based eddy-current model that is capable of accounting for frequency and velocity changes in two directions is derived. Both analytic based models have been validated using finite element code. The transient and steady-state models are integrated into an electromechanical system where the magnetic source is a Halbach rotor. The accuracy of both calculation methods is compared. The stiffness and damping coefficients are derived using the steady-state model.

Citation:
N. Paudel and J. Z. Bird, "Modeling the Dynamic Electromechanical Suspension Behavior of an Electrodynamic Eddy Current Maglev Device," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 49, 1-30, 2013.
doi:10.2528/PIERB12121115

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